Eccentric German tuner Mansory gave the car world a shock back in June 2020 when it unveiled the Le Mansory, a questionable-looking custom supercar based on the Ford GT. Well, the company built a second example, and it’s just as, well, interesting.
Mansory revealed on Friday the second iteration of its Le Mansory supercar, sporting all of the same design changes found on the first car revealed last year. There’s a full carbon-fiber body in place of the factory panels and an entirely new fascia with weird eyebrow-like headlights. There’s also a big wing out back, a neat tri-exit exhaust setup, and dual roof scoops. Instead of blue, Le Mansory #2 has been finished in black with red accents. Different? Yes. Better? We’re not so sure.
The interior is just as customized, with retrimmed panels and seats to match the exterior color palette. Behind the cabin sits a modified version of the GT’s 3.5-liter twin-turbo V-6, making a claimed 700 horsepower and 620 lb-ft of torque. Mansory says top speed is 220 mph, a slight bump from the stock GT’s 216 mph.
If you want a Le Mansory of your own, you’re in luck. Back when the car was first unveiled, Mansory said it would make a total of three examples. While it’s not clear if this second one is up for grabs, we’re sure the third build slot is wide open for anyone with enough dough. But if you’d rather not wait for the company to build it, the first example is for sale right now.
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